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Nomo4me
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Well, the stable table is going back to Cabelas.
I went to the Salt Lake City gun show today and came across these http://tinyurl.com/y877nms displayed by the Mfr who is here in Utah.
They were running a show special price that was too low to believe and I'm glad I picked one up. It's 25 lbs lighter than the Stable Table, and folds up quite easily for transport & storage. Biggest thing, it's a great deal more stable than the stable table.
I also bought one of these http://tinyurl.com/yddh2zx and the combo seems to cradle my rifles superbly. I'm pretty confident it will prove a steady platform even in appreciable winds.

The top is a bit smallish as noted in many of the cabela's reviews but it'd be easy to add to, overlay or replace the top.

I'd encourage anyone (maybe up to 250 lbs) to purchase this table.
nodNoff
Reply with quote  #10 
I purchased one a year ago.
I wanted it ti be higher (taller).
I had a friend weld a 4" extension on base.
Now it's comfortable for a 6'1" shooter.
Goofycat
Reply with quote  #11 
Quote:
Originally Posted by nodNoff
I purchased one a year ago.
I wanted it ti be higher (taller).
I had a friend weld a 4" extension on base.
Now it's comfortable for a 6'1" shooter.

The price sure seems to be right. Is the seat well-padded and adjustable? Anything you don't like about it? Frankly, I am looking for one myself for ground squirrels next Spring. How about a review for those of us who might be in the market?

Thanks,


LWolken
Reply with quote  #12 
The stable table is a good table for the price. The seat needs more padding but nothing a little leather and some padding and a staple gun won't fix. I also built a top for mine out of 1 1/8 floor decking and routed out a place for my cases to stay put. My shooting buddies mounted an ammo can under the table that holds the spent brass. Cut a hole in the lid and table top. The way the lids pin on makes it easy to remove and dump into an empties container. Makes for easy clean up when your ready to move.

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